REGULAR MEETING OF
COUNCIL CHAMBERS OF CITY HALL
MEMBERS PRESENT: Peck, Zimmer-Janeczko, Dauer, Robert, Kasprzyk, Berthiaume
MEMBERS ABSENT: Lengerman, Donovan, Rothhaar
OTHERS PRESENT: McGuire
The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Peck at
Dauer, seconded by Zimmer-Janeczko to receive the minutes of the meeting of
Call to Audience
Chairperson Peck issued a
call to the audience for issues not covered on the agenda. There was response from Paul Handt,
Review of Master Plan Goals
McGuire presented a report which outlined the goals as stated in the recently adopted Master Plan and the program of work as it pertains to the goals.
Motion by Zimmer-Janeczko, seconded by Berthiaume to receive the staff report on goals. Motion carried 7 – 0.
Picnic Reservation Fee Implementation
McGuire presented the proposed policy for implementing the Picnic Reservation Fee Ordinance which includes the following:
1) Payment is due no later than 10 working days after the reservation is made. If the reservation is made within ten days of the event, payment must accompany the reservation.
2) If payment is not received within the allotted time, the reservation will be cancelled and the party notified.
3) No refunds will be issued for reservations made.
Motion by Robert, seconded by Dauer to endorse the policy regarding administration of the picnic reservation fee program. Motion carried 6 – 0.
Recommendation Regarding Current Civic Arena
McGuire explained that staff
and the Commission had looked closely at the future use of the
Zimmer-Janeczko suggested that retrofit is typically costly.
Mike Bensinger, Architect, said the building is of high quality, has a useful life of 50 – 75 years. He suggested the use as a fieldhouse to accommodate several sports. He asserted that at least it could be converted with minimum cost and could generate some of its funding. Building rental fees should be used.
Dauer to receive the staff recommendation and schedule action for the
McGuire presented staff
proposals on recreation fees (see attached).
He outlined the proposals to be discussed at a public hearing on
Beautification Advisory Committee
McGuire recommended that Ben Franklin be appointed to the Beautification Advisory Committee.
Motion by Robert, seconded by Dauer to appoint Ben Franklin to the Beautification Advisory Committee. Motion carried 6 – 0.
Meeting adjourned at